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Immaculate Runner Wins 2nd Straight League Cross Country Title

Immaculate's Angela Saidman hustles to victory in the South-West Conference cross country championships Tuesday at Bethel High School.
Immaculate's Angela Saidman hustles to victory in the South-West Conference cross country championships Tuesday at Bethel High School. Photo Credit: Tom Renner
Boys bolt from the start against a backdrop of pretty fall colors at the South-West Conference cross country championships Wednesday at Bethel High School.
Boys bolt from the start against a backdrop of pretty fall colors at the South-West Conference cross country championships Wednesday at Bethel High School. Photo Credit: Tom Renner
Joel Barlow's Michael Bortolot, left, leads a pack of runners midway through the boys race.
Joel Barlow's Michael Bortolot, left, leads a pack of runners midway through the boys race. Photo Credit: Tom Renner
Michael Bortolot of Joel Barlow heads to a second place finish in the South-West Conference cross country championships Wednesday at Bethel High School.
Michael Bortolot of Joel Barlow heads to a second place finish in the South-West Conference cross country championships Wednesday at Bethel High School. Photo Credit: Tom Renner

BETHEL, Conn. -- Immaculate High School sophomore Angela Saidman won her second straight South-West Conference cross country title in Wednesday's league championship meet at Bethel High School.

Saidman finished the 5k course in 19:27.12 and led the Mustangs to a second-place finish. Pomperaug, the state's top-ranked team, won the title with 30 points. Immaculate won the Patriot Division of the SWC and finished second with 56 points.

Danielle Marcone (sixth), Brigid Gage (eighth), Diana Kirkman (14th) and Christina Carboni (27th) were the other scorers for Immaculate.

New Milford, led by individual winner Eli Nahom, won the boys title with 57 points. Pomperaug finished second. Joel Barlow's Michael Bortolot finished second, covering the 5k course in 16:49.68. The Falcons finished fourth with 113 points.

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